Golden girl: the story of Jessica Savitch
Nash probes the enigma of Savitch's troubled personality and the glamorous world of network news that led to her accidental death in 1983. The extraordinary saga of a ferociously driven woman who battled drug dependency and neuroses to become one of the most respected news anchors in America at the age of 30. 16 photos.
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